Thanksgiving video break: It’s about Alice

We don’t have many traditions here but we like the ones we have.

I am as always thankful for my family and friends, my health, the fact that I still get enjoyment from things I’ve done for a long time like this blog, and for you my readers. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving however and wherever you celebrate it.

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7 Responses to Thanksgiving video break: It’s about Alice

  1. Jeff N. says:

    I’m very thankful for this blog and for your good work. Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. J says:

    I think Jeff speaks for many of us. You provide a very valuable service to the community and an important forum. Thank you from me, as well.

  3. Julian Deleon says:

    I hear Christina Morales has a well-known opponent that is going to file. Too late for her to ‘act’ like she is working for 145.

  4. Jason Hochman says:

    Happy Thanksgiving. I listened to this song today and earlier this week–I have one of the several live versions from over the years. They all somehow manage to be longer than the original. You can time cooking your turkey by the time it takes this song to play!

  5. Manny says:

    I read that Robert Gallegos endorsed a right-wing Republican who lists his religion as one that considers homosexuality a sin and, up to fairly recently, did not allow children of same-sex marriages to be baptized.


    I hope you all had a great Turkey Day.

  6. Julian Deleon says:

    Is she Melanie Wilcox Flowers or Melanie Miles? Where does the “Miles” come into play??

    When Melanie Wilcox Flowers/Miles (???) ran for Judge, did she run as a Republican?? Has Melanie Flowers/Miles (???) given funds to any anti HERO organizations???

  7. Manny says:

    Julian is the well-known opponent, your buddy? The one that endorsed a right-wing Republican? Julian one can choose not to endorse.

    Did the DINO, Quitmire, promise to help him? Is that the deal he made for endorsing Quitmire? Everyone in politics is for sale. There are exceptions, few and not often seen.

    Miles is her ex-husband’s name. She did run as a Republican but saw the light after losing bigly to a Democrat.

    As to HERO, you would have to ask her, if she donated or how she voted. But HERO lost bigly when put to a vote, 61% to 39%.

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